René Fülöp-Miller

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René Fülöp-Miller, born Philip Müller (17 February 1891 – 17 May 1963) was an Austrian cultural historian and writer.[1] He was born to an Alsatian immigrant and a Serbian mother in Caransebeş and died in Hanover, New Hampshire.[2]

During his career as a journalist and editor he resided in various places such as Vienna, Paris, Lausanne, Budapest, Moscow, London, Los Angeles and New York.[3]

Works[edit]

  • Rasputin : The Holy Devil, 1927
  • The Mind and Face of Bolshevism; an Examination of Cultural Life in Soviet Russia, 1927
  • The Russian Theatre; Its Character and History with Special Reference to the Revolutionary Period, 1927
  • Lenin and Gandhi, 1927
  • (ed. with Friedrich Eckstein) The Diary of Dostoyevsky's Wife, 1928
  • The Power and Secret of the Jesuits, 1930
  • The Ochrana, the Russian Secret Police, 1930
  • (ed.) Tolstoy: Literary Fragments, Letters and Reminiscences not Previously Published, Issued under the Authority of the Tolstoy family, 1931
  • (ed.) Under Three Tsars; the Memoirs of the Lady-in-Waiting, Elizabeth Narishkin-Kurakin, 1931
  • Leo XIII and Our Times: Might of the Church-power in the World, 1935
  • Leaders, Dreamers, and Rebels; an Account of the Great Mass-movements of History and the Wish-dreams that Inspired Them, 1935
  • Triumph over Pain, 1938
  • The Saints that Moved the World: Anthony, Augustine, Francis, Ignatius, Theresa, 1945
  • Fyodor Dostoevsky : Insight, Faith, and Prophecy, 1950
  • The Night of Time, 1955
  • The Jesuits; a History of the Society of Jesus, 1963

References[edit]

  1. ^ René Fülöp-Miller - Ostdeutsche Biographie
  2. ^ dust jacket of "The Saints Who Moved the World", 1945.
  3. ^ dust jacket of "The Saints Who Moved the World", 1945.